Security, Arms Control, and Conflict Reduction in East Asia and the Pacific: A Bibliography, 1980-1991

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18 Cambodia

Conflict Resolution, Peacekeeping Proposals
8368. Ablin, David A., & Marlowe Hood (eds), The Cambodian Agony ( Armonk NY & London: M.E. Sharpe, 1987), 418pp.
8369. Acharya, Amitav, Pierre Lizée & Sorpong Peou (eds), Cambodia - The 1989 Paris Peace Conference. Background Analysis and Documents (Millwood NY: Kraus International Publications for the Centre for International & Strategic Studies, York University, Toronto, 1991), 592pp.
8370. Alagappa, Muthiah, 'Appendix B: Report of Workshop on the Cambodian Conflict', pp.91-96 in Rohana Mahmood (ed.), Peace in the Making. Proceedings of the Third Asia-Pacific Roundtable, Kuala Lumpur, June 16-19, 1989 ( Kuala Lumpur: ISIS, Malaysia, 1990), 108pp.
8371. Babbage, Ross, 'Implications of a Commitment to Cambodian Peacekeeping for Australian Defence Policy', pp.97-102 in Hugh Smith (ed.), Australia and Peacekeeping ( Canberra: Australian Defence Studies Centre, University College, Australian Defence Force Academy at the University of New South Wales, 1990), 135pp.
8372. Bach, William, "'A Chance in Cambodia'", Foreign Policy, No. 62, Spring 1986, pp.75-95.
8373. "'Back to the Battlefield'", The Economist, Vol. 312, No. 7618, September 02-8, 1989, pp.31-32; concerns the 1989 Paris conference on Cambodia.
8374. Baker, James A., "'International Conference on Cambodia Held in Paris'", Dept. State Bull., Vol. 89, No. 2151, October 1989, pp.25-27; concerns the 1989 Paris conference on Cambodia.
8375. Bartu, Friedemann, 'Kampuchea: The Search for a Political Solution Gathers Momentum', pp.171-184 in Southeast Asian Affairs 1989 (Singapore: ISEAS, 1989), 368pp.
8376. Becker, Elizabeth, "'Kampuchea in 1983. Further from Peace'", Asian Survey, Vol. XXIV, No. 1, January 1984, pp.37-48.
8377. Becker, Elizabeth, "'The Progress of Peace in Cambodia'", Current History, Vol. 88, No. 537, April 1989, pp.169-172, 200-201.
8378. Bekaert, Jacques, "'Cambodia: On the Road to Lasting Peace?'", JDW, Vol. 13, No. 23, June 9, 1990, p.1155.
8379. Bilski, Andrew, et al., "'A Deadly Standoff: A Conference Tries to End the Cambodian War'", Maclean's, August 7, 1989, p.24.
8380. Carey, Peter, "'Prospects for Peace in Cambodia'", FEER, Vol. 142, No. 51, December 22, 1988, pp.17-18.
8381. Chanda, Nayan, "'Cambodia in 1987. Sihanouk on Center Stage'", Asian Survey, Vol. XXVIII, No. 1, January 1988, pp.105-115.
8382. Chanda, Nayan, "'Three Men in a Boat. Sihanouk Tries to Help Communists Save Face'", FEER, Vol. 142, No. 46, November 17, 1988, pp.16-17.
8383. Chanda, Nayan, 'National Reconciliation and Reconstruction in Kampuchea: The Road Ahead', pp.48-63 in Donald Hugh McMillen (ed.), Conflict Resolution in Kampuchea. Working Papers of the Third International Conference on Indochina (Nathan [ Brisbane]: Centre for the Study of Australian-Asian Relations, Griffith University, 1989), 151pp.
8384. Chanda, Nayan, "'Civil War in Cambodia?'", Foreign Policy, No. 76, Fall 1989, pp.26-43; forecasts diplomatic progress but difficulties of national reconciliation following Vietnam's withdrawal.
8385. Chanda, Nayan, "'The Sticking Points. Factions Still Dispute Transitional Regime'", FEER, Vol. 143, No. 7, February 16, 1989, pp.11-12.
8386. Chanda, Nayan, "'The Cambodian Waltz. Intense Diplomatic Activity Suggests Indochina Accord'", FEER, Vol. 144, No. 19, May 11, 1989, pp.24-25.

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